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FAO. Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries Rome, FAO. 1995.



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    From ancient times, fishing has been a major source of food for humanity and a provider of employment and economic benefits to those engaged in this activity. The wealth of aquatic resources was assumed to be an unlimited gift of nature. However, with increased knowledge and the dynamic development of fisheries after the second world war, this myth has faded in face of the realization that aquatic resources, although renewable, are not infinite and need to be properly managed, if their contribu tion to the nutritional, economic and social well-being of the growing world's population is to be sustained. The widespread introduction in the mid-seventies of exclusive economic zones (EEZs) and the adoption in 1982, after long deliberations, of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea provided a new framework for the better management of marine resources. The new legal regime of the ocean gave coastal States rights and responsibilities for the management and use of fishery re sources within their EEZs which embrace some 90 percent of the world's marine fisheries. Such extended national jurisdiction was a necessary but insufficient step toward the efficient management and sustainable development of fisheries. Many coastal States continued to face serious challenges as, lacking, experience and financial and physical resources, they sought to extract greater benefits from the fisheries within their EEZs.
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    Although the fisheries sector has long been considered a male domain, the involvement and contribution of women is far more significant than often assumed. To date, there is relatively little guidance or specific recommendations on how to effectively address gender in the context of small-scale fisheries development. FAO fully acknowledges the importance of addressing gender issues in development projects as a way to promote gender equity and improve fisheries livelihoods. Too often, there is in sufficient attention paid to the gender issues that affect fishing communities. There is also a lack of tools and guidance on how gender issues in such communities can be addressed. This field guide provides practical advice on how to ensure that gender concerns are explicitly recognized and incorporated into all phases of small-scale fisheries development projects.
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    FAO. Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries. Japanese version 1996
    古くから、漁業は人類の主要な食料源であり、この活動に従事する人々に雇用と経済的利益をもたらしてきました。豊富な水資源は、限りない自然の恵みであると考えられていました。しかし、第二次世界大戦後の知識の増加と漁業のダイナミックな発展により、この神話は、水資源は再生可能であるが無限ではなく、栄養への貢献があれば適切に管理する必要があるという認識に直面して薄れてきました。成長する世界の人口の経済的および社会的幸福は維持されるべきです。排他的経済水域(EEZ)の70年代半ばに広く導入され、1982年に長い審議を経て、国連海洋法条約が採択されたことで、海洋資源の管理を改善するための新しい枠組みが提供されました。海洋の新しい法制度により、沿岸国は、世界の海洋漁業の約90%を占めるEEZ内の漁業資源の管理と使用に関する権利と責任を与えられました。このような拡大された国の管轄は、漁業の効率的な管理と持続可能な開発に向けて必要であるが不十分なステップでした。多くの沿岸国は、経験と財政的および物理的資源の不足により、EEZ内の漁業からより大きな利益を引き出すことを目指したため、深刻な課題に直面し続けました。
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    FAO Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries 1995
    From ancient times, fishing has been a major source of food for humanity and a provider of employment and economic benefits to those engaged in this activity. The wealth of aquatic resources was assumed to be an unlimited gift of nature. However, with increased knowledge and the dynamic development of fisheries after the second world war, this myth has faded in face of the realization that aquatic resources, although renewable, are not infinite and need to be properly managed, if their contribu tion to the nutritional, economic and social well-being of the growing world's population is to be sustained. The widespread introduction in the mid-seventies of exclusive economic zones (EEZs) and the adoption in 1982, after long deliberations, of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea provided a new framework for the better management of marine resources. The new legal regime of the ocean gave coastal States rights and responsibilities for the management and use of fishery re sources within their EEZs which embrace some 90 percent of the world's marine fisheries. Such extended national jurisdiction was a necessary but insufficient step toward the efficient management and sustainable development of fisheries. Many coastal States continued to face serious challenges as, lacking, experience and financial and physical resources, they sought to extract greater benefits from the fisheries within their EEZs.
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    Mainstreaming gender into project cycle management in the fisheries sector. Field manual (Thai version) 2011
    Also available in:

    Although the fisheries sector has long been considered a male domain, the involvement and contribution of women is far more significant than often assumed. To date, there is relatively little guidance or specific recommendations on how to effectively address gender in the context of small-scale fisheries development. FAO fully acknowledges the importance of addressing gender issues in development projects as a way to promote gender equity and improve fisheries livelihoods. Too often, there is in sufficient attention paid to the gender issues that affect fishing communities. There is also a lack of tools and guidance on how gender issues in such communities can be addressed. This field guide provides practical advice on how to ensure that gender concerns are explicitly recognized and incorporated into all phases of small-scale fisheries development projects.
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    FAO. Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries. Japanese version 1996
    古くから、漁業は人類の主要な食料源であり、この活動に従事する人々に雇用と経済的利益をもたらしてきました。豊富な水資源は、限りない自然の恵みであると考えられていました。しかし、第二次世界大戦後の知識の増加と漁業のダイナミックな発展により、この神話は、水資源は再生可能であるが無限ではなく、栄養への貢献があれば適切に管理する必要があるという認識に直面して薄れてきました。成長する世界の人口の経済的および社会的幸福は維持されるべきです。排他的経済水域(EEZ)の70年代半ばに広く導入され、1982年に長い審議を経て、国連海洋法条約が採択されたことで、海洋資源の管理を改善するための新しい枠組みが提供されました。海洋の新しい法制度により、沿岸国は、世界の海洋漁業の約90%を占めるEEZ内の漁業資源の管理と使用に関する権利と責任を与えられました。このような拡大された国の管轄は、漁業の効率的な管理と持続可能な開発に向けて必要であるが不十分なステップでした。多くの沿岸国は、経験と財政的および物理的資源の不足により、EEZ内の漁業からより大きな利益を引き出すことを目指したため、深刻な課題に直面し続けました。

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